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Poster: bbbrew Date: May 11, 2011 1:10pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: garcia's gang / the warlocks live from la and san fran

The side 4 tracks that are not GD are Jorma K.. No date attributed to those tracks tho. The back cover lists Wrong Doin Women as a track, but must be Lied and Cheated is what I figure. Wrong doin Women would have been a good cover for the boys back then. Yup, Troupers Hall and Fillmore, like you said, quit common.

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Poster: marcap Date: Jan 1, 2012 2:53am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: garcia's gang / the warlocks live from la and san fran

Hello, if interested I have those two albums.
About the Garcia's Gang one I have this one here
http://marcap.info/joomba17/index.php/component/muscol/G/4-grateful-dead/138-garcias-gang

(this is my personal collection and nothing is on sale!)

Got the Warlocks album too.

It exist another "Garcia's Gang" album on CD ( Fillmore West, San Francisco November 19 1966 & Fillmore East, New York April 26 1971 - songs are: High Heeled Sneakers/ Pain In My Heart/ Gold Rain And Snow/ Beat It On Down The Line/ Cream Puff War/ The Same Thing/ He Was A Friend Of Mine/ Smoke Stack Lightning/ King Bee/ Midnight Hour/ Garcia's Gang And Duane Allman: Sugar Magnolia/ It Hurts Me Too/ Beat It On Down The Line (Time 73:23))